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Sony handy cam tape stuck

Can you please help me ihave got the tape stuck in the handy cam and can`t get it out as it has got stuck

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    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    Remove battery and reattach then try to eject tape.

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I attached the power lead switched on and then unplugged and removed the lead. re boot and the cassette door opened.

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